The Drunken Hearts Share Their ‘Love & Thirst’ On Soulful New Single [Premiere]

first_imgColorado-based group The Drunken Hearts continue to electrify with every live performance. The five-piece group creates an exciting blend of Americana music, resonating for its honesty and soulfulness. Growing from an acoustic trio to an electric powerhouse, the band continues to pick up fans with top notch musicianship and songwriting. With a new EP called Love & Thirst due out next Friday, May 6th, this band is destined for big things in 2016!The Drunken Hearts’ forthcoming EP is a true representation of a young band and their journey through big love and heavy loss. Love & Thirst is a very real and exciting milestone for the band, and highlights not only their fiery sound, but the deep lyrical well from which they draw. Produced by multi-Grammy winner, Rob Eaton (also of Dark Star Orchestra), the album was recorded over the course of almost a year, at both Immersive Studios in Boulder and Silo Sound Studios in Denver, and features many friends, including Tim Carbone of Railroad Earth.In anticipation of the new album, the band has shared the title track exclusively with L4LM. Tune in below:Lead singer and songwriter Andrew McConathy spoke to us about the new release:“I wrote ‘Love & Thirst’ in Santa Fe, NM. It was written for my girlfriend while she was living there, but over time it took on new meaning. In the fall of 2014 we lost our brother and founding band member, Ted Welles. Ted’s death sent us reeling…. however, through that loss we gained new purpose; and ultimately a renewed musical drive and thirst to take the band to the next level.As a song, ‘Love & Thirst’ exudes everything The Drunken Hearts represent.. love, loss, rebirth, taking risks, not regretting those choices or the true path we are all on. We’d like to thank Rob Eaton for making this track shine.”With the new EP due out next week, the band has a number of dates coming up in support, and will hit festivals like Campout For The Cause and Electric Forest in June, as well as their own festival, YarmonyGrass, from August 18-21 in Rancho Del Rio, CO. Check out their tour schedule, and find more information about them on their official website.Upcoming Tour Dates:5/14/2016    Martyr’s – Chicago, IL    5/15/2016    Music Box – Cleveland, OH 5/19/2016    Brooklyn Bowl – New York, NY    5/20/2016    Garcia’s – Port Chester, NY    5/21/2016    Nectar’s – Burlington, VT    5/22/2016    MusikFest Cafe – Bethlehem, PA5/30/2016    Gold Hill Inn’s Memorial Day Mountain Music Fest – Gold Hill. CO6/05/2016    Campout For The Cause – Rancho Del Rio, CO6/24-25/16    Electric Forest Festival – Rothbury, MIlast_img read more

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Aqueous’ Mike Gantzer To Revive DOOKIE Green Day Tribute With Ryan Stasik And Kris Myers For UM Afterparty

first_imgBack in 2017, Aqueous guitarist Mike Gantzer teamed up with Umphrey’s Mcgee bassist Ryan Stasik and drummer Kris Myers to give fans at Brooklyn Comes Alive a nostalgic punk-rock experience with a Green Day-themed tribute set.The three jam-based musicians will look to revive their pop-punk supergroup in Albany, New York next month, as they announced on Tuesday afternoon that their tribute supergroup, DOOKIE, will perform music from the infamous 1994 Green Day studio album by the same name at an afterparty following Umphrey’s performance at The Palace Theatre on February 1st.The afterparty will take place at the Pearl St. Pub, located just a few blocks away from The Palace Theatre. The performance will take place at 11:30 p.m., although fans should expect for the tribute show to start closer to midnight depending on how long it takes for fans to empty out of the Umphrey’s concert earlier that evening. The announcement also stated that they plan on jamming out to some rock songs outside of the Green Day songbook, so fans should be ready for anything when the three musicians take the stage for the late-night party set.Umphrey’s will be joined in support by Robert Walter’s 20th Congress at The Palace that evening, so there’s also the possibility that a member or two from that band could also find their way over to the Pearl St. Pub as well.Fans can check out the video below to revisit DOOKIE’s cover of “When I Come Around” during their 2017 Brooklyn Comes Alive performance.DOOKIE – “When I Come Around” (Green Day cover) – Brooklyn Comes Alive 2017[Video: Live For Live Music]The announcement on Tuesday afternoon came just afters after Aqueous revealed they would be teaming up with power funk band Turkuaz for a run of four shows across the northeast scheduled in early April. The band also announced just last week that their first-ever all-improv performance will take place during a show at Anthology in Rochester, New York on March 15th as part of their upcoming winter tour.last_img read more

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